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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘San Diego’

Disney Cruises 2015 Season Begins In San Diego With The Disney Wonder

The cruise ship season of 2014-2015 is set to begin. Or it’s set to begin for Disney Cruises. City News Service reported that the Disney Wonder has docked in San Diego, which may be a sign that the industry is ready once again to grow on the West Coast. “The Port of San Diego is proud to welcome the Disney …

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Dog The Bounty Hunter Hunts MMA Fighter

Dog the Bounty Hunter has been called out to help find a missing San Diego MMA fighter who calls himself War Machine. War Machine, once known as John Koppenhaver, severely beat his girlfriend, porn star Christie Mack, and the man he found her with on August 8th. Mack reportedly had 18 broken bones and a ruptured liver. There is no …

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Bernardo Fire 50 Percent Contained

The nearly 1,600-acre bush fire that is still smoldering southwest of Rancho Bernardo, California is now 50 percent contained, according to the San Diego Fire Department. City and county fire crews comprising roughly 350 firefighters pushed back twelve flare-ups Tuesday night, and there were no flames by Wednesday morning. By 6 p.m. Wednesday evening, half of the North County fire …

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USOC 2024 Determining Potential US Olympic Bid

On Tuesday, the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) expressed much interest in narrowing down its field of potential cities to make a bid to host the 2024 summer Olympics. “The dialogue is really around which cities do we think can put together a bid that is going to be a fantastic bid and which cities do we think have the …

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Meter Maid Egged; ‘Dipstick’ Arrested

KCRA in San Diego reports that a young man was arrested on five counts of assaulting a public official. His weapon of choice: raw eggs. Lorin Daniel Moll allegedly threw eggs at a parking enforcement officer from the balcony of his apartment. The female officer was ticketing an illegally-parked pickup truck on the street below when she was hit by …

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Hawaii Terror Suspect: FBI Still Searching

The FBI is currently searching for the nation’s most wanted domestic terrorism suspect in Hawaii. The FBI received credible evidence that terrorist Daniel Andreas San Diego was hiding out in Hawaii and agents are currently searching for him in Puna and Pahoa. San Diego is on top of the FBI’s list of most-wanted domestic terrorists. A $250,000 reward is being …

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Gaviota Pier Knocked Down by Waves

Surf’s up, but now the pier is down. California surfers have been enjoying the high waves near the state beach’s Gaviota Pier, but according to the Santa Maria Times, it is now unavailable to visitors who fish and launch boats there due to the powerful tides crashing into it. Close to 50 feet of the Gaviota Pier is now underwater …

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Double-Murder Leads To Grisly Find

San Diego authorities recently discovered a grisly twist in a case that has had them stumped for weeks, but they are no closer to finding answers than before. On December 23, 24-year old Gianni Belvedere, his fiancée Ilona Flint, and his 22-year old brother Salvatore visited a shopping mall in San Diego. The following morning, Flint and Salvatore were found …

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Sea Lion Stench Forces Businesses to Sue San Diego

In the La Jolla neighborhood of San Diego, California, one of the year’s more interesting lawsuits has been filed. Last Friday, Citizens for Odor Nuisance Abatement filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court of San Diego in order to seek a solution to the stench plaguing the neighborhood. The group, which consists of La Valencia Hotel and George’s at the …

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Virtual Kidnapping Scam Targets U.S. Immigrants

On Thursday, November 7, 2013, four individuals were arrested in connection with a virtual kidnapping scam. The scam targeted immigrants in the United States, specifically in areas surrounding Washington, D.C., due to the significant number of immigrants located there, who have traveled from Central America. They often do not have any form of communication with their relatives who are also …

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La Jolla Shootings Stun San Diego Neighborhood

Two separate shootings by the same man early on Wednesday morning have left two men wounded and a San Diego neighborhood in shock. The gunman, 48-year old Hans Peterson, allegedly fired into the home of a 53-year old man who was wounded when he got out of bed to see what was happening. While police have not officially identified him, …

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Firefighters Honored; Officials Climb 110 Stories

In honor of the World Trade Center towers collapse on 9/11, a ceremony will take place this Sunday. Many law enforcement officials will climb the stairwells of the Hilton San Diego Bayfront Hotel to remember all of those who lost lives on the day of the tragedy. Those loosing lives included 343 firefighters. According to the CBS 8 news-station, “The …

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